Sri Lanka has ranked towards the bottom on the world Happiness Report ,its 21th from the bottom.
Top of the list is Denmark Norway and Switzerland .
Togo is down at 156 , while several other African countries are groped in the bottom rank
here is now a rising worldwide demand that policy be more closely aligned with what really matters to people as they themselves characterize their lives. More and more world
leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, South Korean President Park Geun-hye and British Prime Minister David Cameron, are talking about the importance of well-being as a guide for their nations and the world. We offer the 2013 World Happiness Report in support of these efforts to bring the study of happiness into public awareness and public policy. This report offers rich evidence that the systematic measurement and analysis of happiness can teach us much about ways to improve the world’s wellbeing and sustainable development.